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5 thoughts on “Grain Silos Are a An Alternative to Shipping Container Homes”
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I would like to know the cost involved in building these from foundation to finished for living. I really am interested in putting maybe several of these on our farm. Would help when we put up harvest help, hunters, and family.
You can find the manufacturer’s website here: http://www.sukup.com/Buildings/144/Safe-T-Home
This would go very well here in Oklahoma, except when it gets cold. There are more grain silos then people here I think. This is a new variation of the dome house, and its portable. I could see this used as temporary housing for missionary teams in warmer climates. I didn’t see anything on their website about insulation features, but the water and solar options a cool.
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